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2009 AYP Download

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AYP Data Download

Master Reference
for Data Elements
Used in the AYP System



2009 Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) data is available for download as comma delimited, tab delimited, or fixed column formats in ASCII. This feature allows users to select specific AYP data elements. For example, you can now choose to download only the Final AYP Status for all districts or campuses. Also, this application downloads the field names with the data as fixed column heads. For the elements you select, all districts or all campuses will be downloaded.

These data elements require use of software such as Wordpad, Access, Excel or other software in order to create customized data for analysis. If these software applications are unable to accommodate the download request, analysts or programmers may need to write their own data extraction programs in order to analyze these data. Note that the maximum number of fields used in a single file are 436 fields for the "All Information" file.

Note that the AYP download files are masked to protect student confidentiality. Please see the Download Masking Rules for state accountability to see how masked values will appear in your download file. AYP data is masked using these rules.

AYP Data Dictionary

The AYP Data Dictionary is a resource to assist with identifying the field names for each element found on the AYP Data Tables and is available in Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF). Click on this Adobe Acrobat Reader link if you need to download a free copy of this software.


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District-Level Data (All 1,235 Districts)

Campus-Level Data (All 8,322 Campuses)

Call Performance Reporting at (512) 463-9704 or email at Performance.Reporting@tea.state.tx.us with any questions you may have.

This page last updated December 17, 2009

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